|Insight: Capitol Chat / Faith Alive / Summer Sanders / Sound Advice: Blue Dog Jam|
Capitol Chat - In our weekly segment wrapping up the news of the week from California's capitol, State Government Reporter Amy Quinton reviews Governor Jerry Brown's Delta twin-tunnels proposal and tells us what might happen next. We'll also hear how California's legislative process compares to New Hampshire. Faith Alive - Bayside Covenant Church in Granite Bay has spent $750 million to build a state of the art medical facility in Nigeria, which is treating more than 500 patients a day...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; Amy Quinton; Faith Alive; HIV/AIDS in Nigeria; students mission to Africa; Summer Sanders; Olympic gold medalist and correspondent Summer Sanders; Sound Advice: Blue Dog Jam; Nick Brunner
|Insight: Kings Update / Capitol Chat / "The Vintage Years" / Comedian Paul Mecurio|
Kings Update - Ben Adler is New York City covering the NBA Board of Governors meetings, where the fate of the Sacramento Kings is being discussed. He'll join us for a brief update on what's happening. Capitol Chat - In this week's Capitol Chat, we talk with reporters Amy Quinton and Katie Orr. Amy has been covering state government at the Capitol Bureau for a year, but is moving back to the main station to pick up the environmental beat...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Kings Update; Ben Adler; New York City; NBA Board of Governors meetings; Capitol Chat; Amy Quinton; Katie Orr; KPBS; California's Capitol; California's legislature; The Vintage Years; 1960s; cultural decade; Francine Toder, author; Paul Mecurio, Comedian; Punchline; Emmy and Peabody Award winner; The Daily Show w/Jon Stewart
|Insight: Capitol Chat / Jack Ohman / Saturate Yolo / Sound Advice - Capital Public Radio Inc.|
Capitol Chat: New Laws - Along with the arrival of 2013 have come hundreds of new laws that Californians must now observe, like the revision made to the workers' compensation system, new rules on texting while driving, and the ban on selling certain kinds of homemade foods to individuals, stores, and restaurants. Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler and State Government Reporter Amy Quinton take a closer look at some of the more noteworthy new laws and how they might affect you...
Keywords: Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; KXJZ; Capitol Chat; new laws in CA, 2013; Ben Adler; Amy Quinton; Jack Ohman, cartoonist; Sacramento Bee, The; editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman; Saturate Yolo; phone art month; Davis Art Center Tsao Gallery; Sound Advice: Nick Brunner
|Insight: News Network / "Soul Calling" / "Vinegar Tom" / Cirque du Soleil - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
News Network - Democratic Congressional incumbent Jerry McNerney faced off against Republican challenger Ricky Gill in the one and only debate between the two during this election. They are fighting one of the fiercest and closely watched congressional races in the nation. Capital Public Radio State Government Reporter Amy Quinton was at the debate and joins us today in News Network to tell us what happened...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; News Network; McNerney-Gill debate; Gill-McNerney debate; Amy Quinton, Capital Public Radio State Government Reporter; Nick Miller, co-editor, Sacramento News & Review; Soul Calling: A Photographic Journey through the Hmong Diaspora; Joel Pickford, photographer-filmmaker; Hmong culture book; Vinegar Tom; swimming pool theater; witchcraft trials play; Cirque du Soleil; Dralion; Vladik Miagkostupov, juggler
|Insight: Capitol Chat / Intellectual Property / Eric Bibb and Richie Lawrence / Sound Advice: Submerge Magazine|
Capitol Chat - Could Paul Ryan be the next Vice President of the United States of American? In this week's Capitol Chat, we'll see how California's delegates are spending their time in Tampa, Florida at the Republican National Convention and what they think of the speech given last night by Republican Vice Presidential Candidate Paul Ryan. Capital Public Radio's political reporter Matt Laslo fills us in from the Sunshine State...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; Amy Quinton; Matt Laslo; Republican National Convention; intellectual property; From Goods to a Good Life: Intellectual Property and Global Justice; Madhavi Sunder, law professor, UC Davis; Eric Bibb; Richie Lawrence; Deepter in the Well; Water; Katie Thomas; studio performance; Sound Advice: Submerge; Jonathan Carabba, co-founder of Submerge Magazine
|Insight: Political Junkie Goes West / Ranchers and the Drought / Price of Wheat and Hay / Broadway Augmented Arts Project - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Political Junkie Goes West - The Political Junkie is turning his analytical gaze west. Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for a new signature segment that puts California politics in the context of the national scene. Rudin joins us from Washington D.C. in effort to put it all in perspective...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Political Junkie; Ken Rudin; drought, impact on ranchers and growers; California drought, impact on ranchers and growers; Amy Quinton; Eric Freese, owner, Freese Farms, Davis; Geoff Schulz, crop adviser, Penny Newman Grain Company; Broadway Augmented Arts Project; Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission; Shelly Willis, executive director, SMAC; Rachel Clarke, CSUS art professor
|Insight: California Burning / Political Junkie / Dissecting The Simpsons / Oliver Lake - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Amy Quinton Discusses "California Burning" Today Capital Public Radio launched our feature series California Burning, which Environment Reporter Amy Quinton has been working on for more than six months. We’ll talk with Amy about some of the interesting things she’s learned over the course of reporting the series and listen to some of the tape that did not make it into her stories. Amy will give us an overview of the major issues facing California’s forests and look back at the 2013 Rim Fir...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; California Burning; wildfires; Amy Quinton; Political Junkie Ken Rudin; Ken Rudin, The Political Junkie; Simpsons, The; Karma Waltonen, co author, The Simpsons in the Classroom: Embiggening the Learning Experience with the Wisdom of Springfield; Oliver Lake, jazz saxophonist; jazz saxophonist Oliver Lake; Wheels, by the Oliver Lake Big Band
|Insight: Capitol Chat / Sinking Central Valley / "Caught Up" / "Melt"|
Capitol Chat - Federal unemployment numbers are finally out after the government shutdown in October caused delays in gathering the appropriate data. In today's Capitol Chat, Ben Adler takes a look at figures for the last three months and what it means for California. We'll also talk about state budget prognosticating from the Legislative Analyst's Office and hear a reflection from Governor Brown on the 50th anniversary of President John F...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; Ben Adler; Pauline Bartolone; unemployment numbers are in; health coverage sign-ups; sinking Central Valley; subsidence in California's Central Valley; groundwater pumping increaing rate of land subsidence; Michelle Sneed, USGS hydrologist; Amy Quinton; Caught Up; 916 INK; Marilyn Reynolds, author; Katie McCleary, Executive Director, 916 INK; Melt; Garrett McCord, co-author, Melt: The Art of Macaroni and Cheese
|Insight-130614: Capitol Chat / Bay Delta Tour / News Updates / Tuskegee Airmen and Beyond"/ Pianist Pauline Yang - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Capitol Chat - Early today, the California State Assembly and Senate began debating the tenative state budget deal reached this week between legislative Democrats and Governor Jerry Brown. In this week's Capitol Chat, reporter Katie Orr updates on the steps toward finalizing a deal, which is due by Saturday, June 15. Bay Delta Tour - Capital Public Radio Environmental Reporter Amy Quinton is on a three-day tour of the Delta, put on by the California Water Education Foundation...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; California State Assembly and Senate; tenative state budget deal; Governor Jerry Brown; Katie Orr, reporter; Bay Delta Tour; Amy Quinton, Capital Public Radio Environmental Reporter; three-day tour of the Delta; California Water Education Foundation; bear control; sharing the American River Parkway; The Tuskegee Airmen and Beyond; Dr. David Styles; California Military Museum in Old Sacramento; Pauline Yang, Pianist; The Miners Foundry in Nevada City; Gold Country Piano Institute; The Alumni Series; concert and a master class; Philadelphia Orchestra debut; solo recital debut at Carnegie Hall at the age of eleven; The Juilliard School's Pre-College Division; Saturday night concert
|Insight: Capitol Chat: Proposition 31 / Rural Voices / Voices of Light / Sound Advice: Jazz - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Capitol Chat: Proposition 31 - Proposition 31 was designed to make state government more transparent and efficient, but its opponents say it will do the opposite. The multi-faceted initiative includes provisions that would give local governments more freedom to spend state and federal money and it would grant California's governor authority to cut the state's budget in a fiscal emergency. It also establishes a two-year legislative budget cycle and requires lawmakers to balance revenues and expen...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; prop 31; California Proposition 31; Amy Quinton, Capital Public Radio's State Government Reporter; Steve Boilard, Director of Sacramento State University's Center for California Studies and former Analyst for the Legislative Analyst's Office; Rural Voices; Restore/Restory; Cache Creek Nature Preserve Restore/Restory project; Voices of Light at University of the Pacific; Voices of Light: The Passion of Joan of Arc; Joan of Arc multi-media presentation; Richard Einhorn, composer; Passion of Joan of Arc score by Richard Einhorn; Sound Advice: Jazz; Gary Vercelli
|Insight: Through Partisan Eyes / The Delta / California's Food Trends and Policies / "Eating Right in America" - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Through Partisan Eyes - "If only those (insert political party here) would negotiate we could end this government shutdown." Chances are you've heard, or even said, this statement in the past week, with both Democrats and Republicans taking the blame. But how much does our own political point of view shape the way we view the highly-polarized battle in congress? How much does our choice of media sources shape our perception of the federal government shutdown? And is it even possible to listen to...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; political point of view; media bias; objective reporting; Barbara O'Connor, Emeritus Professor of Communications and Director of the Institute for the Study of Politics and Media at Sacramento State University; Delta radio series; Amy Quinton, Capital Public Radio Environmental Reporter; tunnels under the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta; California food trends and policies; Farm to Fork; Steve Boillard, Center for California Studies; Eating Right in America; Charlotte Biltekoff, UC Davis Asst. Professor of American Studies & Food Science and Technology and author of Eating Right in America; food choices and citizenship
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|Insight-130703: Heat Wave Continues / Marcos Breton / Artist Maren Conrad / Sound Advice: Classical / Caltrans Choir|
Heat Wave Continues - As temperatures continues to rise in Northern California and Western Nevada, we check in with forecasters, city officials and reporters about the different ways people and animals are copying with the heat. We'll get an update on the weather from the National Weather Service as we head into the holiday weekend and we'll hear how the City of Sacramento is keeping cool with Steve Cantelme, Interim Manager of the Office of Emergency Services...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Heat Wave Continues; temperatures continues to rise in Northern California and Western Nevada; people and animals copying with the heat; Steve Cantelme, Interim Manager of the Office of Emergency Services; Rich Ibarra, Reporter; Stockton PG&E crew; Amy Quinton, reporter; special treats for the animals at the Sacramento Zoo; Marcos Breton, Sacramento Bee columnist; Prop. 8; immigration; human rights; Sacramento Bee's Our Region section every Wednesday and Sunday; Maren Conrad, artist; Sacramento artist faced disappointment; Politically Vulnerable,was pulled from the Vanguard Lounge in Sacramento at the request of lobbyist Donne Brownsey; 10 wives, girlfriends, and lovers of California Governors; Studio S in Downtown Plaza; Sound Advice: Classical; Kent Teeters, Classical Host; new musical selections featuring American composers; Aaron Jay Kernis, Michael Daugherty and John Phillip Sousa; Caltrans Choir; Fourth of July; all-volunteer cappella group; The Star-Spangled Banner